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each poled three hits to help Detroit
Alexander, Philly star, lost his first
game of season, New York getting
ten hits. Lobert bagged three. Stroud
was a puzzle.
Bill James pitched his first full
game for Braves and held Brooklyn.
Davenport pitched fine ball to en
able Sloufeds to beat Tip Tops.
Chicago 1, Hawaii 0.
St. Patricks 3, St. Ignatius 2.
Holy Trinity 8, St Johns 0.
St Philips 11, St Ritas 10.
De Paul 23, Holy Trinity 4.
Wendell Phillips 1, Lewis 0.
Steve Ketchel and Hal Stewart
fought ten rounds to a draw in Jack
RESTA'S RIVAL ENTERS 500-MILE
- Howard Wilcox, America's hero in
the recent Vanderbilt and grand prize
races, is scheduled to drive in the next
u 0-mile race at Indianapolis. Wil
cox, at San Francisco, finished sec
ond in both events, being beaten out
only by Dario Resto on- each occa
sion. The next 500-mile race, with a
faster car, will see him on even terms
with the other.
DOCTORS TO BE ARRESTED IN
WAR ON DOPES
Arrests by dozens are expected in
the latest angle of TJ. S. Att'y Clyne's
war on the dope traffic. This time it
is the respectable physicians who are
to be hit, not the poor dope peddlers.
The "M. D.'s" are accused of taking
all of the traffic in drugs from the
hands of the criminals who used to
operate by stealth.
Physicians, officials in wholesale!
drug concerns and the dope users
themselves are the objects at which
Clyne has launched 150 federal war
rants. "We expect to arrest tomorrow be
tween 150 and 200 men who are in
the highest of society," declared
Clyne. "They, we believe, are re
sponsible for the continuance of the
dope trade after the Harrison law
went into effect"
MRS. YOUNG ON TEACHERS
With all the appearances of a
"school ma'am," Sup't Ella Plagg
Young of the public schools, lectured
.to -the committee on efficiency and
expenditures of the board of educa
tion last night She told the body
what was the matter with the schools
and received an offer to back her up
in remedying the flls.
"I can't discharge an unfit teacher
if she has friends who can bring to
bear their influence on the board,"
Which brought the answer, "Bring
us a list of the undesirables."
All angles of the educational work
were discussed during her two-hour
Tax warrants were brought for
ward as a means of making up the'
deficit which the board must face
and which, it was suggested, might
be made up from the salaries of the
teachers. No action on the salary
question was taken.
Paper clubs for policemen, prac
tically indestructible, have been invented.
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